Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Metro Exodus Story Trailer

The premise of Metro Exodus is highlighted in the story trailer of the game released lately with some gameplay highlights.

Upcoming Metro Exodus moves premise from the first two titles of the first-person shooter Metro game series, Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light to take players on a journey of survival that is outside the tunnels of Moscow.

Recently, developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver has come up with a story trailer to shed more lights on the plot now that the game is only a month away to release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 15, 2019.

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Metro Exodus Story Trailer

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Check out the official story trailer of the game to get prepared in advance to take a trip to the Soviet wasteland full of hostiles.




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Following the nuclear war of 2013, everything has been laid to waste and protagonist Artyom and his crew of Spartans tries to survive against all odds in a post-apocalyptic Russia even on 2036, after 26 year later of the war.

After fighting for so long beneath the surface, the survivors decide to leave the safety of underground tunnels and will be traveling on a train, the Aurora. They all head to the east for the Ural Mountains and face feral mutants on their way just like always.

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This second sequel of the franchise has twice the amount of content than its predecessor Last Light and Artyom's wife, Anna is returning to take part in the action while she narrates their current status quo where she no longer remembers what life was like before.

A few other characters were given a short glimpse of and it seems like they all have gotten involved in some sort of power struggle that forced them to leave the safety of their former sanctuary and go out in the open dystopia.

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Journey to Ural Mountains

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Deep Silver and Microsoft has also announced Metro Saga Xbox One X Bundle that comes with a 1TB console with the entire trilogy from the series, now available for pre-order. This is a great way to catch up to the prior titles before jumping on board with the latest release.

Metro Exodus will be competing with some of the major titles like Anthem, Crackdown 3 and Far Cry New Dawn in a jam-packed February 2019 release window. However, given the dedicated fan-following they have, it can still fare on its own.